Temperature Tracker (NFC)

Temperature Tracker (NFC)

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The NFC Temperature Tracker is a low-cost, portable, smart sensor that tracks and stores temperature readings. In addition to its low cost and ultra-thin form factor, it can be read by common Android phones, as well as any other device with NFC reading capability. The NFC Temperature Tracker delivers cryptographically proven temperature logs and empowers businesses in a broad range of markets - including cold chain and healthcare - to effortlessly comply with regulations and show adherence to Service Level Agreements underwritten with their clients or partners. When used together with the Chronicled platform and blockchain back-end, the NFC Temperature Tracker delivers end-to-end data security.

  • Near Field Communication
  • Disposable
  • Temperature range: -20 to 50°C (-22 to 122°F)
  • Log capacity for more than 10,000 temperature records
  • Configurable parameters, including sampling frequency, min and max temperature
  • Thin flexible battery with more than 120 days of life after activation
  • Credit card size
  • Adhesive backing
  • Integrated with Chronicled platform for easy deployment
  • Optional customized artwork
  • Temperature calibration according to ISO/IEC 17025
  • Blockchain support via open sourced SDK and Chronicled API
  • Administration Dashboard available for easy management
Apply TempTracker to Product, Case, or Shipping Container

NFC and BLE TempTrackers have a wide array of applications.

Configure TempTracker with the Chronicled App

The Chronicled App enables the creation of ‘configuration templates,’ which allow the user to apply quickly a specific configuration to multiple TempTrackers.

Download Data off of Tag, View Reports, Receive Real-Time Notifications

The reading functionality captures the data of the scanned TempTracker and uploads it to the Cloud. When data logs are needed, for example for regulatory compliance, a client can download records and also a PDF report proving data integrity against time-stamped blockchain records.